Using data released by the Centers for Disease Control, we can see that there is something of a binge drinking belt across the northern half of the country, and that liberal states drink more.
Could our internal GPS systems be changing as we grow more familiar with the officially documented outline of our city, forgetting the one created through our own experiences?
Rollabout desks and continuous cubicle walls are just a part of the new science and ergonomics of workplace architecture.
From which cities do the bands playing the iconic rock festival hail?
The food desert idea has been used widely, but it's really only an issue for people without access to a car. This could be a better indicator of our problems regarding access to good food.
People from different cultures tend to walk in a similar way when alone, but their behavior changes dramatically in the presence of others.
Higher income metro regions have low levels of smoking and obesity, while poorer metros across the country are plagued with both.
From Los Angeles to St. George, Utah, mapping the healthiest metropolitan regions in the U.S. based on an index that uses two key indicators -- the level of smoking and obesity.
Though the history of Occupy Wall Street is still being written, some of the movement's artwork is already receiving attention from preservationists
Mapping metro areas by the number of pro-sports championships they've won shows the Packers home to be exceptional
Richard Florida on the U.S. metros that can most afford to buy gifts this year
Residential redevelopment creates more jobs than new construction.
It's high time to invest in the infrastructure cities need to foster new industrial clusters
Food trucks are the fastest growing component of the national restaurant industry. Does that matter?